Ghanaian boxer, Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukum Banku has vowed he can fight American Deontay Wilder and British pugilist Tyson Fury.
Fury and Wilder completed an epic trilogy last year, with the latter winning two of the three fights to remain the undisputed champion of the heavy weight division.
Meanwhile, Bukum Banku who has an incredible record, having lost only one fight in his career has only one international success to his credit. He defeat Fenec Albert of Hungary in 2019.
In an interview with Joy Sports, he stated he was a better boxer than the two famous fight and adds he can fight them on any day.
‘I can beat Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’ – Ghanaian boxer Bukum Banku vows. SOURCE: Twitter/ @Thedonplato Source: Twitter
“You know me, you know I am a good boxer. You know I have the boxing talent so when I say I’ll beat someone don’t doubt me, pray for me instead. The Black man [Wilder] or Red man [Fury] they cannot fit [beat] me, the two of them cannot. I swear, I swear, I swear with God [that] those two boxers cannot. With how far I’ve gotten in boxing?,” he said.
“I have been inactive because I have had trouble with my eyes but I am the world champion in Ghana. What are you telling me?” added the Ghanaian. Bukum Banku’s only defeat in boxing came against Bastie Samir in 2017.
In a related Boxing news, Sportsbrief reported that, Ghanaian boxer Richard Oblitey Commey has apologized to Ghanaians and promised to be back stronger after his defeat to Vasiliy Lomachenko.
Commey lost to the Ukrainian fighter via a unanimous decision after 12 rounds at the Madison Square Garden in New York. In a video posted on Twitter, spotted by YEN.com.gh, Commey almost broke down in tears as he felt he could have done better.